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Carnivore Diet success story – with Rosie

Interview with Rosie

1. Introduce yourself

My name is Rosie Lombard and I am 25 years old. I live in Cape Town, South Africa with my boyfriend who is a professional body boarder and surfs on the world tour. We live right near the beach and love to spend our days in the ocean and outdoors. I am an english teacher and work in a private school about 20 minutes from my house as well as teach English online from my house. I have always had a passion for working with children, especially children with special needs. I graduated in 2018 and obtained my BEd degree. When I left high school I became very obsessed with my health and did anything to loose weight. Looking back now, I realise I was always so unhappy with myself and my body. My thoughts about myself were always negative and I defiantly always punished myself with food restriction and exercise.

In the last 6 years my relationship with food suffered terribly and I went to extremes to loose weight and to change what I saw in the mirror. When I hit puberty , loosing weight seemed impossible for me and everything I tried in the past , didn’t work. I just kept gaining weight until I hit my heaviest weight ever. I was so unhappy and so desperate that eventually it lead to developing some very bad habits. In January 2015 I finally started loosing weight by cutting out major food groups like most carbs, protein and fat which by no means is healthy at all. But because this allowed me to loose weight I didn’t care about the damage it would do to my body. I started training excessively and eventually only ate low carb veg and drank tons of tea to keep my body warm and this helped me feel ‘full’.  In October 2015 i was diagnosed with anorexia. My whole life changed and I was lucky enough to recover from this horrible illness. The after effects of anorexia have been terrible, even though I am back to a healthy weight and have managed to maintain it. In the last few years I have developed hypothyroidism, anxiety and struggle with brittle teeth and excessive hair loss.

It may sound exaggerated but Carnivore has defiantly SAVED my life and I am so pleased I am able to share my journey with you today.

2. How did you eat before Carnivore?

During my teen years I became very aware of things like sugar, carbs, gluten and dairy. These things seemed to affect my weight and body very negatively. For the most part I tried cutting them out but never was very serious about it. When I left school, this is when I started forming my Anorexia habits and I basically cut everything out expect low carb veggies and continued to eat this way for about a year and a half. After recovery , when I gained quite a bit of weight back eating whatever I could because I needed huge amounts of calories, I slowly started to restrict again. For some obscure reasons I had an intense fear of fats and protein ( which is ironic because thats basically my whole diet right now) so I opted for mostly veggies and very lean protein in small amounts but absolutely no fat. You could most defiantly call how I ate after becoming weight restored – disordered. Due to the restrictions and my body being so hungry for nutrition, this would lead me to binge on carbie, sugary foods all the time. In 2017 I ate mostly a pescatarian diet but limiting fats and protein and still eating majority veggies. Something I have realised in these few years and right now is my body just doesn’t feel great when eating carbs and this is part of the reason I love carnivore because it makes me feel so great. A year before carnivore, I ate mostly a low carb diet but defiantly did not eat high fat. My relationship with food before carnivore was so messed up and I suffered from severe IBS every time I ate any kind of food whether it was salad, veg, fish etc. I would immediately bloat and become so constipated. I think it is safe to say that my diet before carnivore was all over the place and very inconsistent.

3. Why did you try Carnivore to begin with?

In November 2018 my boyfriend and I took a trip to the US to visit my Aunt in Florida. I had just finished my final year at University and it was defiantly a very stressful time, so when I went over to Florida, I was able to relax and finally focus on fixing all the damage I had done over the years. My whole mindset was defiantly still to be lean and skinny and I remember being wide awake at about 2am due to jet lag and scrolling the internet. Somehow I came across Kevin Stock’s website and started reading his blogs about carnivore. Let me tell you I grew up eating a lot of meat and ever since cutting it out, my body craved it but due to my disordered eating I never let myself have it. So I thought to myself that I would give it a try and I did but I still ate greens and opted for very lean protein. Again my silly fear of fat got the better of me.  In this time I slowly started introducing more beef and I could tell that it was helping my body and just how much my body was craving it. I started becoming ok with eating more and more meat and I gradually increased my calories. It honestly felt like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders and I was breaking free from my old habits. So I would say initially I tried carnivore for weight-loss and I am so glad I did try it because looking back now it has given me so many more benefits and has helped me heal many things within my body. Just to clarify, I have not lost weight on the carnivore diet, I have actually gained weight since starting it properly, eating only animals and animal products, but this was necessary for my body to heal and I have made peace with that. I have been full carnivore for about 10 months now as prior to that after my US trip I was more meat based and still consuming a few plants in my diet.

4. How do you personally approach  the carnivore diet?

For me I have recently made the change to Grass-fed beef and free range meat only. I am lucky enough to get some great produce from farms around my area. I eat any kind of meat from beef, seafood, chicken, pork, lamb and I love eggs. I eat grass-fed butter, ghee and consume bone broth regularly. Recently I have started incorporating some organ meat in the form of beef heart. I have tried liver but I just can’t stomach the taste so I have found some grass-fed liver capsules which I include into my diet. I keep my diet pretty simple and eat 2 meals a day, lunch and dinner. I like to include eggs in my lunch often and then just eat what ever meat we have available at that time. I love to nibble on bones from the meat ( my weird fetish haha). Recently I noticed I was becoming quite fatigued and lethargic so I have made a conscious effort to up my fat intake which has helped so much.

As for coffee, I know there is some controversy around it but honestly I feel to each their own. Coffee doesn’t seem to affect me negatively and every morning I have a half decaf, half regular brew with some grass-fed collagen mixed into it. Since starting carnivore my need for caffeine has down scaled quite radically and I only honestly drink it for the tase. I don’t drink any alcohol and have not for the last 5 years so that has never really been a factor for me.  I make sure to drink about 2 L of  water daily mostly during my fasting period. I tend to stick to a 16-17 hour fast from my last meal and this works well for me. I have experimented with longer fasting windows but this has been quite triggering for me and I find myself slipping into a ‘binge’ tendency. So for me its pretty simple, eat meat, make sure I’m getting good fats, stay hydrated , eat when hungry and eat to satiety.

I have zero craving with this way of eating so I am never really tempted as I always feel satisfied after my meals.

5. Benefits you have seen on Carnivore?

For me the biggest benefit has been my relationship with food. I am able to eat freely without guilt and the foods I am eating make me feel great. I have noticed that all the food ‘rules’ I created for myself have disappeared and my outlook on food is more for a healing purpose rather than a punishment. My anxiety and depression has lifted and so has my insomnia. I used to wake up every morning at 2am and would not be able to sleep for the rest of the night. Now I very regularly wake up during the night and am getting a good 7 hours. My mood has massively improved. I used to be a very negative person and I think my boyfriend will agree with this on haha. My mental state is so great these days and very regularly to I have bad days where as before it would be the opposite. I am able to be more social with my eating and can enjoy family gatherings and dinners without feeling anxious or out of control. I struggled with so much inflammation from my hypothyroidism and anorexia after becoming weigh restored and since going 100%  carnivore I have lost that ‘puffy’ swollen look on my body and face. I generally  just feel so much more healthier and like a normal functioning human again. This is probably the best I have ever felt in my entire life.

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6. What negatives have you found with Carnivore?

Absolutely none. Carnivore has changed my life so much and has added so much good back into it. One factor that I could mention is that eating this way can become expensive but honestly it is so worth it for me because of all the benefits I have seen. I hear many people talk about how you can’t eat this way and maintain the diet for a long period of time but honestly it can’t be further from the truth. I can totally see myself eating this way for the rest of my life. I don’t miss eating anything I used to eat. My family has accepted my diet and my boyfriend has actually converted to a meat-based way of eating for his own health reasons, so socially I have not experienced any negative.  I have come across some negative comments about the way I eat but this works for me and I don’t have to justify my diet to anybody. Again, to each their own I guess 🙂

7. Do you exercise on the Carnivore diet?

Yes even before I started this I was really into weights and lifting. I still continue to do this and I think it extremely beneficial.  I have always loved being active and now that I finally have gotten my nutrition in a good place my workouts have been great. I feel strong and notice that my endurance has increased so much. My schedule right now is , I like to train full body 4 times a week and on the other days I like to stay active by walking, skipping or doing some sort of cardio. Working out is a great stress reliever for me and I noticed that it has been a huge mood booster as well. My body composition has changed so much since I initially started changing but with Carnivore added into the mix , it has really changed and become leaner and more muscular.  Another thing I have noticed is that my motivation to train has increased since carnivore, I guess because I am able to see change within my body which helps me stay eager.

8. What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

Honestly, just do it. I would defiantly recommend to try it for a good few weeks before judging it.  There is so much good information out there now that all your questions or doubts you have about the diet can be answered. For me when I started, I was very hesitant and it slowed the whole process down for me. I wish I just jumped in and started it without all the other bits in-between. So if you are curious or looking to do carnivore for healing, just start.

Something I have learned along my carnivore journey is patience and to not compare your journey to others. We are all different and there is no one-size fits all with this. I think everybody that has started carnivore has different reasons for it so it doesn’t make sense to compare where you are in your journey to someone else. Be patient, let your body heal and don’t focus too much on what others are doing.

9. Do you think carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet?

It is defiantly becoming more popular, no doubt about it but I think it will take some time before it is accepted as a mainstream diet. To most who have not tried it, it seems quite restrictive and excessive but I believe it is becoming more and more popular and people are defiantly way more curious about it.  It is still quite foreign in South Africa and I think there are only a hand-full of carnivore out here but day by day peoples curiosity about the diet is increasing and I hope by sharing my success with it, it will help other gain a new outlook on it. My opinion is that a ‘meat-based’ diet will be more accepted in a society rather than a carnivore way of eating.

10. Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

Carnivore has defiantly saved me in so many ways  and it sound crazy but a simple diet change has added so much back into my life. Th amount of support the carnivore community gives each other is so great and  I have recently started becoming more vocal about my lifestyle on instagram. The amount of support I have received from sharing my journey with carnivore and my eating disorder has been great.

I am very active on my instagram @rosie_lombard where I post about my lifestyle and carnivore related things and I also have a second account where I love to post my meals @rosie_eatsmeat. I have recently started a Youtube channel where i will be posting carnivore related content as well as talking about my eating disorder past so if you are keen to follow my journey my Page is called Rose Lombard.

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Christine

Interview with Christine 

Introduce Yourself.

Hi I’m Christine Storbo. I have been carnivore for 1 year. 

How did you eat before Carnivore.

I was gluten free and keto for a few years before. I just wasn’t achieving the level of results I wanted. Somehow I stumbled upon The Carnivore Diet. I was influenced by Dr. Shawn Baker, Dr. Paul Saladino and Chris Bell. I have now become a personal friend of Chris Bell’s and work out on weekends at his brother’s gym in West Sacramento.

What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet.

I decided to try Carnivore Diet and was able to stick with it more than anything else I have ever done. After about a month, I began to see amazing results! I saw less digestive issues, better sleep, better mood, better sexual stamina, weight management and the best thing for me is the pain relief! I don’t have the inflammation when I eat this way! I also have almost cured my migraines when I am strict.

I believe this diet is amazing if you have autoimmune diseases, pain and inflammation, neurological disorders, a lot of weight to lose, or if someone just wants to get healthy and thinks this is something they can stick with! For me it has been the most amazing experience and I get asked about it a lot!

I actually had high cholesterol for years and until I went on carnivore doing opposite of what doctors told me, I finally have lowered by cholesterol back into range eating mostly red meat!

If someone is interested in trying to go Carnivore, I recommend starting more strict to red meat and adding in some eggs and dairy if can handle such as heavy cream and cheese. The stricter the better though! I prefer a good steak or just burgers!

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Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do.

As far as workouts, I do love to get a couple runs in a week, anywhere from 3-5 miles. I also do walks or hikes. The big thing now in the carnivore world is 10 minute walks. It is good to get moving and often!

I also lift and mostly do squats. It is a great way to strengthen back, lower body and core area. From there add in some other back and arm routines. I have better energy for workouts on this diet and definitely more motivation!

Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

This diet isn’t for everyone, but I think a lot of people can benefit from it! It is worth trying and giving a month to see the full results before deciding if it’s not for you.

The carnivore diet is definitely a lifestyle and the community support is amazing!

Find me at carnivorechick81 on Instagram

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Kimberly

Interview with Kimberly

1) Introduce Yourself.

Hello! My name is Kimberly Brooke. I am a Primal Health Coach, Yoga teacher, ELDOA practitioner, and CrossFit Coach, who specializes in optimal health and wellness for women.

2) How did you eat before Carnivore.

I came from a high-carb diet! For the first 25 years of my life, I ate the Standard American Diet. Being from the South, it consisted of a lot of potatoes, corn, bread, meat, along with homemade sugary dessert treats (like pies, cobblers, cookies), and Blue Bell ice cream!

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

That’s a bit of a story… I went to college to play volleyball in 2004 and really hurt my knee, as so many young women in collegiate sports do. I became almost sedentary, but didn’t have the knowledge or anyone to help me change the way I ate. I was depressed, lonely, and homesick in college, and I began self-medicating with food. Very quickly, I ballooned and gained about 85 pounds. I weighed 260 pounds on my 20th birthday and absolutely hated myself.

After several years of yo-yo dieting, starving myself, running countless miles on the treadmill, and trying everything from Atkins to South Beach to Jenny Craig, I finally decided that my body just “wanted to be heavy,” since nothing would keep the weight off. I was in denial about my binge eating and carb addiction.

In 2010, a friend introduced me to Primal eating through Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint program, and I was able to drop about 65 pounds by removing sugar, grains, alcohol, and refined seed oils from my diet. I began noticing that I would have insane bloat almost immediately after eating any meal and would never feel satisfied. I always reached for seconds and sometimes thirds… It was like there was a hole inside me that I was trying (unsuccessfully) to fill with food. My weight would yo-yo back and forth between 180 and 200 pounds, but I believed so fully in the success I’d had at that time that I became certified in the Primal method in order to help other people break free of their sugar addiction.

It was Nov. 2018 when I stumbled across Dr. Shawn Baker, Dr. Kevin Stock, and the Carnivore Diet. I started looking into the anti-nutrients in fruits and vegetables, specifically regarding issues I was having. I literally could NOT believe that fruits and vegetables, the absolute bastions of healthy super foods, were causing me to gain weight, throwing my hormones off, continuing to keep me addicted to carbs, and causing my sugar cravings.

I presented this newfound information to my husband, who was immediately skeptical. After he read several articles and saw the anecdotal evidence of people like Kelly Hogan and Dr. Baker who had been doing Carnivore long-term, he decided we could give it a try, and we both jumped in cold turkey.

Within days, my bloating resolved, I lost 12 pounds in 10 days, and I felt incredible. While the Adaptation was a little rough on my husband and me, we got through it and HAVEN’T LOOKED BACK!!!

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

In our house, my husband and I eat similarly, but he is much more tolerant of things like seasonings (“flavor plants”) and can go off the diet without too much trouble. If I deviate, I experience near-instant bloating, headaches, and a general sense of malaise. It’s enough that it’s become self-perpetuating for me. My diet consists mostly of red meat (steak or ground beef), eggs, bacon, and butter.

5) What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet.

Level energy, I can go hours and hours without eating and be totally fine (I have developed a natural 16:8 fasting pattern), I am as lean as I have ever been, and my strength gains are out of control. My cystic acne is gone, my hair and nails are thicker, and my skins feels softer and smoother. I’ve found that my unreasonable sugar cravings completely abated after a week, and I am totally satisfied by what I eat. My husband reports very similar improvements!

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6) What negatives have you found with the Carnivore Diet.

Honestly, nothing with the diet or nutrition… Interestingly, we’ve found that social gatherings can become quite difficult, especially when it comes to going out to restaurants. I have to be insanely careful when I order and insist on no seasoning on meat, no bread, no veggies, no sides… People look at me like I’ve grown another head. On the other hand, it’s showed me who my REAL friends are. They say they find my odd ordering style rather endearing now!

The only other negative is the unreal debates I’ve gotten in with friends and family. They seem concerned I’m going to kill myself, despite animal foods being the most bioavailable source of nutrients for a human. So far, it’s been well over a year and I show no signs of deterioration.

7) Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do.

I do CrossFit three to four times a week and Yoga and meditation every day. Form weeks two to four, weeks when I was adapting to Carnivore, I was hardcore on the struggle bus during my workouts. Every day life was fine when it came to energy levels, but the moment I tried to lift or do anything involving endurance, I would crash. Just to get through the work outs, I would take every weight off the bar and still almost pass out before the end. It wasn’t until the end of the fourth week that I noticed my energy coming back, and now I absolutely coast through workouts and go even heavier than the workout calls for.

8) What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

JUST DO IT. You’ll never be “ready.” There will never be a “right time.” We started the day before Thanksgiving and absolutely made it through eating turkey and prime rib. YOU CAN DO THIS!! I believe in you. ️ This is one of those things that, if you wait, you’ll wish you’d started six months ago!

9) Do you think Carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet.

As long as the FDA and Big Pharma have a say, absolutely not. It’s really unfortunate, but the way the system works now focuses on “sick care” rather than getting people well and healthy.

10) Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

This way of eating is the best things I’ve ever done for myself. Truly, give it 60-90 days of honest, strict effort before saying it’s not for you. You can always add fruit and veggies back in!

You can find me on IG @carnivorekimberly.

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Maria Emmerich

Interview with Maria

Introduce Yourself.

My name is Maria Emmerich. I am an international best selling author and nutritionist. I struggled with my health and weight throughout childhood which lead me to become such a passionate nutrition expert. I specialize in brain neurotransmitters and how food can increase mental wellness. My expertise has sent me around the World speaking about ketogenic diets.

I am also an International Best Selling author of over 14 books including “Quick and Easy Ketogenic Cooking” and “Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on The Ketogenic Diet”. My books and recipes have been featured by Halle Berry, Al Roker on the Today Show, Valerie Bertinelli and others.

I also run a support site for members here:

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How did you eat before Carnivore.

I have been eating a ketogenic diet for almost 20 years. In the last 8-10 years it has been close to carnivore already with a focus on animal proteins. So eating carnivore was only cutting out the grilled onions on my burger, side salad, etc. I was already very meat focused with my diet. 

Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

I started eating mostly carnivore about 2 years or so ago when my husband Craig was diagnosed with Lyme disease. He started doing carnivore to help with his Lyme pain and I joined him. I also noticed increases in energy and enjoyed it too. 

How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

For me I am not as strict as Craig because I no longer have any health issues. I will occasionally eat a lettuce wrap on a burger when I go out to a restaurant. But that is why we made sure to address in our “The Carnivore Cookbook” how it is important to know our why. What is your “Why” for doing carnivore? If it is just general health or weight loss, then you don’t have to be as strict. If you are dealing with chronic disease like Craig with his Lyme, then you have to be more strict to keep symptoms down (in his case the chronic pain). 

What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet.

I notice an increase in energy or really a more consistent energy. I was already keto for almost 20 years prior to carnivore so I was already used to better mental clarity, increased energy, etc. So this was like one notch better. Going keto took me from a 3 to a 9. Carnivore took it to a 10 (or 11, LOL). Craig has seen amazing results with the reduction in pain he has from Lyme. When he stick to strict carnivore his migrating pain in his joints is completely gone. We also see some really amazing results with clients, especially those with skin issues. They have psoriasis or eczema that they have struggled with for years and within days it is gone. Also huge improvements in brain health like bipolar disease, depression and other issues. 

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What negatives have you found with the Carnivore Diet.

I have not seen any negatives with carnivore. And about the only ones I see with clients are due to transitioning. One is the dehydration issues when people don’t get enough electrolytes (like keto flu). Muscle aches, low energy, etc. Just upping electrolytes fixes it. The other is temporary digestive issues. Diarrhea is common in the first couple weeks. This is typically due to the body adjusting to eating more protein so we have clients add HCL and digestive enzymes and that typically helps until the body adjusts. 

Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do.

Yes, I love to move my body. I love running, lifting weights, riding bike, swimming, hiking, riding my paddle board; and sometimes all in the same day! I have endless energy and never have issues staying active and working out when carnivore. 

What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

First, identify what your “Why” is. Based on that determine your approach. If healing from chronic disease like Lyme, bipolar, MS, skin issues, etc. then we recommend doing the Carnivore Autoimmune Protocol (CAIP) defined in our Carnivore Cookbook. This acts as the ultimate elimination diet and can really help with healing for different conditions and identifying foods that can trigger symptoms. Then make sure to give it at least a month to really see the effects and how good you can feel. 

Do you think Carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet.

I hope so. Our ancestors primarily ate animal proteins while they evolved into humans. These early humans primarily ate large mammals like wooly mammoths. It is what our bodies are primarily designed to eat. A protein focused diet is what we as humans are designed to eat and it is the only way we get control of the rampant obesity and disease crisis we have today. 

Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

I encourage people to give carnivore a try. I make it easy with lots of tasty recipes. Plus if weight loss is the goal, carnivore makes it super easy. All you really have to do eat adjust the types of meat you eat from fattier to leaners to switch from weight loss to maintenance or gaining. We have charts sorted in protein to energy ratio in our Carnivore Cookbook that make this super easy. And almost no prep. Every recipes is really easy and almost all are 5 ingredients or less. 

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Kurt

Interview with Kurt

1) Introduce Yourself.

Karnivore Kurt (Kurt Yazici) –  Optimal Aligner | Carnivore Diet Expert | Entrepreneur

A successful entrepreneur, who’s companies have created more than $5M in sales in 2019.

His self-development journey began by climbing out of dark anxiety, healing long-standing gut issues and skin through the Carnivore Diet. Now focusing on optimally aligning to ancestral lifestyle teaching that incorporates the Carnivore Diet, movement, sun, sleep that are all optimized to give people the best performance and health.

2) How did you eat before Carnivore?

Clean, lower carb, paleo for nearly 10 years. Three years leading into Carnivore I was on a “Bulletproof Diet” with “Bulletproof Coffee” and Rhonda Patrick superfood smoothies. Eggs, bacon, butter, avocados and burgers were staples.

I ate a “balanced” “healthy” diet that included: kale, broccoli sprouts (I grew), spinach, almond butter, local honey, cacao nibs, flax seeds, blueberries, and cinnamon.

3) Why did you try Carnivore to begin with?

Dr. Paul Saladino and I were friends that shared a common gym in Seattle. We worked out at the same times most days of the week. Together we stumbled across this way of eating, first him and then me weeks later after seeing and hearing him promote it.

4) How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet?

I eat a nose to tail balanced Carnivore Diet mainly of grass fed beef, fat and organs. Specifically I consume beef kidney 4-5x’s / week, beef liver 2-3x’s / week and mix up cuts of grass fed beef: my go to’s include chuck roast, shank, brisket with the occasional more premium steaks, strips, roasts.

5) What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet?

The benefits are profound and far reaching. Gut issues that were chronic before have been completely eliminated. Anxiety likely linked with those has subsided. Skin, energy, strength, clarity, overall vitality all have drastically improved.

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6) What negatives have you found with the Carnivore Diet?

Gut issues and nuances when first learning it. Those were a major challenge and it took me a while to really figure out which foods and how to best prepare them. I write at length about this in my book because it was such a challenge for me.

The other thing I would say is for many it will be extremely restrictive. But it is incredibly satiating and healthful.

7) Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do?

Yes I exercise consistently. I did even before the diet. I incorporate around 1 hour / day to movement with purpose. I typically follow some sort of plan like P90X but I don’t always bring that intensity. I enjoy doing chest exercises 2x / week, leg and Yoga movements at least once a week. I also like to have cardio at least once and that usually gives me a rest day to walk and stretch.

8) What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

You can start progressively. Don’t think you have to go all in and eat organs and take on everything all at once. There are great videos on Youtube, two excellent books *cough* mine and Dr. Saladino’s.. Mine will focus on actually incorporating the diet and the plans, mastering your emotions. Saladino’s does an outstanding job helping us look further into the depths of the sciences and biochemistry as to why this works well for our bodies.

Again, if you simply just left the broccoli off the plate for a larger steak that’s a step. The more you can shift from plant foods -> animal foods the better you’ll likely start to feel and function.

9) Do you think Carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet?

Yes, the evidence and results we’re seeing are too strong to deny. It has become the new “Keto” movement for all practical purposes. It is ketogenic but brings MUCH better benefits to most individuals when done properly.

10) Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

Yes, as I mentioned I have written a detailed book on this topic. People can get their copy at:

optialign.com/book

To follow me they can go to Instagram and Youtube:

@karnivorekurt

youtube.com/c/karnivorekurt

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Yuval

Interview with Yuval

Introduce Yourself

My name is Yuval (pronounced like: “The moment YUVAL been waiting for”), I’m a 40 YO software engineer and nutrition enthusiast from Israel. Married with a 1.5YO beautiful baby girl named Rachel. My journey to health started thanks to her.

How did you eat before Carnivore?

My romance with nutrition (and bad nutrition) started at age 14. A close friend became a vegetarian, and the idea of not hurting animals for food appealed to me since I am an animal lover. This period of vegetarianism continued until I was 26 and I was very strict about being a vegetarian. Never ate or tasted an animal during this time. I did however, eat a lot of carbs. Eating carbs wasn’t so bad when I was young and more metabolically active, and also served in the military here in Israel while being a vegetarian and was more or less lean and muscular even though I was eating no less than a loaf of bread and quite a bit of rice every day, not to mention the vegetarian food supplied by the army. Immediately after getting out of the military at age 21 I started gaining weight since the level of physical activity was much less and I was pretty much eating the same.

At age 26, I’ve reached my highest weight of all time, 135Kg (about 290lbs).

I then decided to go back to eating meat. This was 2006.

Right away I noticed I’m getting more full from less food. I was not a carnivore then by any standard, but the meat was more satiating.

With diet and exercise, I went down to 85Kg in about 18 months. I have yoyo dieted a few times since, going up to 120Kg and back down to 90Kg.

My diets were always about restricting calories and exercising a lot. Looking back, this was not sustainable, which was the reason the weight kept coming back on.

In 2013, I attended a Vipassana meditation retreat. A part of the retreat was a vegetarian and mostly vegan menu. After this 10 day retreat I became a vegan, and maintained being a vegan for a whole year. Following that year I introduced some eggs and dairy to my diet. All in all, I was a vegetarian for 17 years of my life.

On September 1st 2018 I weighed 120Kg, which seemed to be my bounce back weight. I decided to go on a ketogenic diet after researching a few ways to lose weight. I decided I want to do it right this time and I need to live long enough to see my daughter grow up and to be able to be there for her.

After a full year of keto, I went carnivore.

Why did you try Carnivore to begin with

While on keto, I did a one month experiment of no fiber, so I basically ate meat, fish, chicken and dairy. This was the month I lost the most weight and didn’t feel any bloat. Then a decision was made in my mind that I want to try Carnivore for a while to see how that will go. I did complete a whole year of keto, and on September 1st 2019 I went carnivore. At this point I was still eating cheese and drinking coffee, which was my only plant vice. The weight kept coming off and on January 1st 2020 I also eliminated dairy (Except butter) and coffee from my diet.

Reducing bloat and gas, shedding weight, having more energy and ability to focus have all been the reasons for me to eliminate the plants from my diet.

How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet

For me, the carnivore diet consists of mainly red meat. I also eat eggs, chicken, some fish and butter / ghee.

Keeping Kosher, there are a few restrictions for me that most people might struggle with on carnivore but I don’t give it too much thought. For example, I don’t eat meat and dairy together (so no steak in butter), and I don’t eat fish and meat together.

As far as meal times go, I usually eat 2 times per day. Some days I’ll have only one meal and rarely 3 meals per day. I do fast on occasions as well.

I eat until I’m full and don’t sit down to eat unless I’m hungry.

One more thing I do is track the food I eat as accurately as I can, which might not be necessary on a carnivore diet but as an engineer I like to experiment, and so if something goes wrong, I can always see what I ate and make changes based on that.

What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet

I’ve lost over 43Kg (about 95lbs) and I am at my lowest weight of my adult life. Also, I have a lot more energy, able to focus on my work and the things I love and I don’t think about food too often as I used to when I was a vegetarian or vegan. There is no bloat and hardly any gas on Carnivore, which is something I dealt with constantly as a vegetarian.

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What negatives have you found with the Carnivore Diet

In the beginning, I’ve experienced some diarrhoea. Having little to no carbs was also a challenge at first in the gym. I found that with time, the body adapts and the need for protein grows. When this happens the energy is back up, so there’s not much problem anymore.

One other negative is the social aspect of Carnivore. Personally, I don’t know of any other carnivores around me, and actually I don’t even know one other carnivore in Israel… I find that going to restaurants is such a task when I need to explain to the waiter what I want, I’ve stopped going out to eat.

Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do

I exercise moderately on this diet, two to three times weekly. Since the COVID-19 mess started, I upped my game and started a home workout program called Body Beast, so now I’m exercising 6 times a week about an hour each time, to make the most out of this situation.

What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

As an engineer, I like to look at everything I do as if it’s an experiment. This is what I did with the Carnivore Diet. On September 1st 2019 I went on a 3 month experiment of Carnivore Diet + coffee and dairy. On January 1st this year I started a 3 months Carnivore Diet experiment without any plant matter of dairy (except cheese).

So my recommendation is: Just start! Set a start and end date for your own experiment. Let’s say a one month experiment: Start with Meat, chicken, fish and butter. Do that for 30 days and then evaluate how you feel. I truly believe once trying a carnivore diet for this period it will be clear to anyone trying it that the benefits are there, even if they don’t continue as pure carnivores.

Do you think Carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet

No. and that’s perfectly OK with me. I believe the vegan agenda is so strong that eating a purely meat based diet will always be out of the norm.

When I was a vegan, I clearly remember feeling that I’m morally superior for not eating animals. Not knowing how many animals die in the crop fields from pesticides and other chemicals used to grow the food I was eating. People usually see what’s on their plate and will feel good about it if they don’t see suffering.

Moreover, if this diet becomes mainstream, expect factory farming to be more and more prevalent, which might be a problem. I believe regenerative agriculture is the way to go and this takes time, so for now I’m happy this is not a mainstream diet and also that most people find it weird… More meat for us carnivores, right?

Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you

I really appreciate the opportunity to share my health and carnivore journey.

Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/holycarnivore/

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Amelie

Introduce Yourself.

I will graduate from high school this summer and start to study mechanical engineering in Munich afterwards.

How did you eat before Carnivore.

Before I did a strict ketogenic diet for about 6 months while counting my macros.

Why did you try Carnivore to begin with.

Like every girl my age, I had problems with my body shape and skin. With keto that improved a little but I still felt chubby and wasn’t really satisfied. Additionally my nose was always stuffed due to allergies. I was just curious.

How do you personally approach the Carnivore Diet.

In the beginning I ate all kinds of meat, dairy, sausage and eggs etc. but no organs or too much fat. Now I’m eating mostly beef including organs because I experienced digestion problems on dairy, pork and sausages. I’ve upped my fat but still feel sick if it’s too much. I started with three meals a day, then introduced intermittent fasting with two meals a day and since two weeks I’m doing OMAD.

What benefits have you seen since starting the Carnivore Diet.

When I started the Carnivore diet I experienced weight loss, clearing of the skin, no brain fog anymore, stronger motivation, better focus and muscle building. But on top of that what surprised me the most was that I could listen to my body a lot better, I didn’t have these mood fluctuations like before, I could do extended fasts without dying from hunger and I gained more self confidence in bucking the trend. If you compare it to other diets it’s kinda funny how easy and fast it is to cook on Carnivore and how cheap nutritious meat is, including organs and fat in comparison to a plant based diet. Just think of how many products you need as side dishes or as a snack!

What negatives have you found with the Carnivore Diet.

Clearly the Carnivore diet changes your social life. Instead of eating out, drinking alcohol, going into a café, you rather do sports, go into nature and just enjoy talking to other people. This can be seen negatively but also positively as it is a change to a healthier lifestyle.  Another aspect that can be seen from both sides is the increased sensitivity. I developed certain intolerance’s against any kinds of vegetable oils, spices, dairy, alcohol, carbohydrates, pork fat etc. These came up after half a year on the Carnivore diet and mostly revealed themselves through diarrhea, nausea and stomach aching. Actually this is a sign for a leaky gut which has been there before, too. This issue can probably only be healed with a so called paleolithic ketogenic diet from paleomedicina, containing beef, lamb and water exclusively and a high fat content. In real life it’s sometimes hard to buck the trend and stay consequent, especially in a plant-based community. But it will pay off in the end!

Do you exercise on the Carnivore Diet, if so how do you find it and what do you do.

With the Carnivore diet I at first wanted to build up my muscles and get leaner. So I introduced two training sessions, one for my upper and one for my lower body with some cardio like jogging for half an hour. As I did a workout or went jogging every day, my body consequently couldn’t really adapt to the fat-system and thus my creatinine kinase and my alkaline phosphatase levels raised. After a while I noticed that I lost my cycle which couldn’t be related to health problems because my hormone levels and my uterus were fine. Finally after more than half a year I contacted the paleomedicina clinic in Budapest. Their doctors found out that my cycle loss had been caused by my exaggerating fitness life. With the help of an assistant I followed this diet and stopped training and doing sports for two months. Now my levels went back again and I started going to the gym 2-3 times a week to not overchallenge my body. All in all  my period didn’t come back till now but I think this is due to my stressful study life for my A-level exams.

What piece of advice would you give someone who is interested in trying this diet, but hasn’t taken the leap yet.

For me still the benefits outweigh the disadvantages. I can recommend to try it out for 30 days which is a short period compared to your whole life. But don’t overeat on cheese and protein! Be aware of the big importance of fat that will enable you to be in the healing state ketosis.

Do you think Carnivore will ever be accepted as a mainstream diet.

I don’t think the diet will ever be accepted by the whole health system because there is so much fraud going on. For example it would be a bad profit for the pharma companies if everybody is healthy again and also for industrial companies who mostly produce plant and not animal based food. That’s why there is such a big money trafficking behind the media, the doctors, the pharma etc. that make it hard to work against it.

Anything you would like to add, and where can people follow you.

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Carnivore Diet success stories – with Daniel

Interview with Daniel

Introduction

My name is Daniel Deghi, I am 63 years old and live in Southern California. I have been in the vocational church ministry for 30 years. For the past 8 years I have worked as an Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselor at a faith-based rehab center in Huntington Beach, California.

My Diet Before Carnivore

I grew up in a home eating the Standard American Diet in my early years. Then, like most of us, as I reached adolescence, I ate pretty much anything and everything from pizza, coke, potato chips, French fries, ice cream, candy and pretty much any processed food that was available. This eating habit followed me into my college years. I didn’t pay too much attention to my diet as I was a thin person and after all I was young and invincible!

After college I got married and we were eating whatever we could afford…so the frozen foods that we could heat up and anything that was in a box and easy to fix were pretty much our “staple”. This transitioned into not cooking anything at home and going out to “fast food” places for lunch and dinner and this is what my eating habits have been most of my life.

Why Did I Try Carnivore Diet

I have been fortunate in that I have never struggled with major health issues, but I did go from being 160 lbs. in college to 250 lbs. at my heaviest point as senior citizen. Because of getting older, I started taking my health more seriously (something I should have been doing long before now). I was feeling uncomfortable in my clothes and very self-conscious about my shirt being tucked into my pants because of my embarrassing “dun lap” disease (my belly “dun lap” over my belt). So, with that, I began my quest for a diet that cures this vanity disease!

I found several diets that I could do, but they were either too complicated and time consuming or the plans and supplements were too expensive! Then I came across Dr. Shawn Baker at MeatRx.com and listened to him talk about just eating meat and fat and how the body really didn’t need much of anything else to survive other than salt and water. I listened to countless individuals who were losing weight and experiencing healing from physical and psychological life issues. It sounded easy, simple and sustainable…as I have always loved eating meat and fat! So, after a month of research and listening to many testimonies, I decided to give it a try.

How I Started My Carnivore Diet

On August 19, 2019, I jumped in with both feet and started my carnivore diet! The first week I went to my local grocery store and bought the fattiest hamburger and steaks that I could find…which were my favorite…RIBEYES! To my surprise, when I calculated what I spent for all that meat for my first week, I discovered that it was way cheaper than what I was spending to eat out at the fast food joints! Then I discovered Butcher Box and I ordered a large custom box of ribeyes and hamburger that is delivered to my door every month and feeds me for 28 days! I thought that I would be spending all our grocery budget on my meat diet. To my surprise, I spent only one-third the budget for me to eat meat for a whole month! I also eat bacon, sardines and eggs.

The Benefits of My Carnivore Lifestyle

The first benefit that I have experienced in the 7 months of being on the Carnivore diet (as of the writing of this article) is my weight loss of 61 lbs.! But there were several other unexpected benefits that I experienced! The migraines that I was experiencing at least twice a week have completely stopped! My mental clarity has gotten significantly sharper where I am no longer searching for my words when I talk. My achy joints in my fingers have cleared up and an annoying itchy rash on my arm has gone away! My non-alcoholic fatty liver has disappeared as well as my type 2 diabetes!

Now I no longer consider the Carnivore diet as a diet…it is my new lifestyle! While my initial reason for beginning Carnivore was for weight loss, that now has become secondary to me. Now I have adopted the Carnivore lifestyle for my overall internal health! I know that I will eventually die…but I want to do so with a sharp mind and on my feet!

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Negatives with the Carnivore Lifestyle

I have to say that I am hard pressed to find any negatives to this new way of eating. But if I had to come down on one, I would say that initially it was managing my social settings. Going out to dinner with friends was easy because I haven’t had any problem ordering meat. I usually can find the restaurant’s menu online and predetermine what I am going to order. Most of my friends don’t either notice or choose not to say anything that I only eat my meat and not my veggies.

During the holidays and family gatherings, I would usually eat before I went and then at the holiday event, I loaded my plate up with meat and some veggies and sides. I would only eat the meat and move my veggies and sides around as if I had eaten a little of each (just like I did when I was a kid).

I guess the other thing that can be annoying is when someone notices that I am looking good and wants to know what I’ve been doing, I was hesitant to tell them that I am just eating meat. Because I would either get a weird look or a lecture about how I was going to die of a heart attack. Now I either just tell them that I am on a low carb diet (if I don’t want to engage in the conversation) or I will engage in the conversation and if there is emotional opposition to what I am doing, I just shut it down by saying, “You do you and I will do me”…and I move on. But I do have to say I have convinced a few to try the Carnivore way of eating.

Do I Exercise?

I did no exercise my first 6 months. In my 7th month I have incorporated walking 10 minutes a day 3 – 4 times a day as discussed by Rhino Rants on YouTube and his video on – “Ten Minutes Walks Will Change Your Life” (https://youtu.be/xyrMjxHzPE). I have also begun 30-minute compound body weight exercise 2 times a week. Other than that, that is pretty much all I am doing right now.

What Advice Would I Give to Someone Considering the Carnivore Diet

First, I would suggest that your watch as many YouTube videos on the Carnivore Diet as you can. Channels I have subscripted to (in no particular order) are: Center of Brilliance, Health Coach Kait, Healthy With Nicole, Human Performance Outliers Podcast, KenDBerryMD, MeatRX, Nutrition with Judy, Paul Saladino, MD, Shawn Baker MD, Dr Paul Mason, and L. Amber O’Hearn.

I would also suggest that you read two great books on the Carnivore Diet. The first being “The Carnivore Diet” by Shawn Baker. Second, “The Carnivore Code” by Paul Saladino M. D.

As you educate yourself on the health benefits and myth “debunking” about eating meat, you will find the courage to start and to stay with an eating habit that will significantly improve your life!

The last suggestion I would make is, don’t do this for weight loss only. Do it for your overall health. Let that be your focus. The weight will come off naturally. Stay off the scale except for maybe once a month and don’t count your calories. Eat until you are full and only eat when you are hungry. No snacking between meals. You will find that you may only eat once or twice a day because meat and fat are VERY satiating and will keep you full for a long time! But all of this you will learn in the resources I have cited above.

Will Carnivore Ever Be Fully Accepted As A Mainstream Diet?

Yes, I do! In just the last year, the Carnivore diet has exploded and gained a lot of steam. This is in part to Dr. Shawn Baker and Dr. Paul Saladino and now even Jim Rogan who has recently gone Carnivore and singing its praises. These are not the only ones…there are so many more! We still have a ways to go, but the Carnivore lifestyle is gaining influence and capturing the attention of many doctors who are singing its praise exponentially! It’s just a matter of time!

Some Last Thoughts

The wonderful thing about the Carnivore community is that there is a lot of tolerance and flexibility in the way you do your carnivore lifestyle. Everyone’s body is different and responds to foods in different ways. You will have the freedom to experiment with your diet with the support of those who might be doing it a little different from you. The important thing is that you do it the way that makes you feel the best.

If you are interested, you can follow me on Instagram at ribeyes_4_life and on Facebook at Daniel Deghi where most of my posts are carnivore oriented. On both platforms, please feel free to message me and ask any questions you may have.

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Clothing – wide range of Carnivore & Keto inspired apparel under the brand Ketogenic Endurance Carnivore Success Company.

Media

  • The majority of my personal journey is documented on Instagram.
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